In the town centre of Ciempozuelos you will find such outstanding monuments as the Church of Santa María Magdalena, of Renaissance origin, with an imposing tower. Inside, special mention should be made of the magnificent Baroque altarpiece and a large oil painting by the painter Claudio Coello, one of the municipality's treasures. In this same square there is a sculptural monument to perhaps the most important Spanish architect of the 18th century, Ventura Rodríguez, born in Ciempozuelos in 1771.

Of particular interest is the Plaza de la Constitución, which maintains its essence and attraction, flanked by old wooden porticoed buildings, where the Town Hall is located. Strolling through the streets and squares of Ciempozuelos, you can also admire numerous examples of traditional architecture and discover the ancient history of this town, which dates back several centuries.

A privileged location
Situated in the fertile lowlands of the lower Jarama, in the south of Madrid, Ciempozuelos is one of the most interesting destinations for nature tourism and ecotourism in the whole of the region of Madrid. It is located within the Southeast Regional Park, one of the most important natural areas in the region, and is also included in the Natura 2000 Network, an extensive network that includes the most interesting places in the whole of Europe.

Starting from the town centre, witness to a fascinating historical past, you will have the option of visiting a wide variety of highly attractive places, from valuable wetlands and riverside forests on the banks of the Jarama river, to cliffs and gypsum cliffs, which together are home to an incomparable biodiversity.

A complete network of routes and paths
In Ciempozuelos you will find an infinite number of possibilities to enjoy hiking, cycling and many other outdoor activities, such as bird watching, in contact with nature. The complete network of hiking and cycling routes in Ciempozuelos will allow you to discover some of the most spectacular corners of our municipality, such as the Soto Gutiérrez, the gypsiferous hills and ravines, or our riverside forests, next to the river Jarama.

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